Ancient Philosophy 4 (2):119-131 (1984)

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The understanding of perception advanced by Aristotle and Theophrastus is largely physiological in character, describing the mechanism of perception and its resulting epistemic value. Like Epicurean views, theirs is not a theory of sensory ideas. The Stoics develop a competing approach to perception that describes sensory phenomena in terms of conceptual, linguistic representations.
Keywords Ancient Philosophy  Classical Studies  History of Philosophy
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DOI 10.5840/ancientphil1984421
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